Dharmapala Thangka CentreSchool of Thangka Painting

10.4 Milarepa

Scenes of his Life

Full  View 1. Thögpagas [= late Mila] companion received a bowl and is sent to the feast 2. Thöpaga meets his companion on the feast 3. Together they returned to their Lama 4. The Lama visits his sick patron, who dies 5. The Lama returns from his visit 6. Mila an the Lama discusses about Dharma practice 7. Mila meets the wife of Lama Rongtön 8. Together with another disciple Mila hikes to Lama Röngtön 9. Marpa meets Lama Rontön 10. Lama initiates Mila into the Dzokchen Doctrine 11. After Milas failure at this meditationsart Lama sends him to Marpa 12. Milarepa marches of to search Marpa 13. Naropa visits Marpa in a dream 14. Marpa cleans the Vajra as Naropa has told him 15. Marpa places the Vajra on top of the victory banner 16. Dakmema served Marpa his morning drink 17. Dakmema dream: the crysta stupa on top of the mountain 18. Mila is send to Drowo Lung 19. Mila meets some herdsmen, among them is Marpas son 20. The first meeting with Marpa 21. Marpa offers Thöpadga ale and asks him to work, he drinks the ale and ploughs his field 22. Marpas son calls Thögpadga 23. Marpa introduces himself to Thögpadga 24. Marpa does not allow Thöpadha to lay down his bundle of books in his shrine 25. Dakmema takes care of him and serves him a meal 26. Thögpadga on his begging tour through Lhodrak 27. He carries the food and the bowl to Marpas house

This sophisticated and elegant painting comes from a famous series of nineteen Thangkas on the life of Milarepa obtained in Beijing in 930 by the Sven Hedin expedition.

Measurements: 23.6 x 36.2" | 60 x 92 cm
Price: on request
Shipment: Parcel Service from Germany or Nepal
Color: Color Version
Material: Natural Stone Colors